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good morning, america. this morning, fatal fall. a firefighter plums 20 feet to his death at a ball game live on television as his son watches in horror. inside the massive scandal that brought one of the biggest newspapers down in 24 hours. rupert murdoch under huge pressure as the outrage grows. the extraordinary spirit of survival. jaycee dugard breaks her silence about her 18-year ordeal. how she found hope in the middle of her kidnapping hell. >> you just do what you have to do to survive. >> diane sawyer here with her emotional and exclusive interview. princess in prison. she's been a royal for a week. why does she look like her
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unhappy highness. inside the misery of princess charlene. and good morning, everyone. happy friday and what a crazy scene in great britain. >> oh, my goodness. >> oldest newspaper closed. former editor moments ago arrested. this guy was an aide to the british prime minister and had to address this. other arrests coming for people in the media empire of rupert murdoch, the owner of fox news. >> all because there are allegations the newspaper was hacking into cell phones and an e-mail account of people and not celebrities but victims of murder. >> war widows from afghanistan and iraq. an incredible story. >> incredible to watch. more of diane sawyer's amazing interview of jaycee dugard. what a remarkable and resilient
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young woman she is and you're going to see more and hear from her. >> the strength and serenity she displays in the interview is incredible. more on casey anthony. we learned her sentence was extended by four more days. the latest on that and the latest on these emergency negotiations in washington to try to prevent the united states going into default. the president called them into a rare session and the changes they're talking about could affect every single american. >> in dramatic ways. first with josh elliott with more on the top stories including this horrible story in the ballpark in texas, george and i were watching the videotape. >> it is horrifying. we do begin with that ballpark tragedy. it seems we've seen it too many times to count. fans leaping interest their seats leaning over railings in desperate purr suit of a fouou ball, the most american of souvenirs. this time one fan went too far and for it he paid the you will
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pralt price. we want to warn you some may be very hard to watch. it was the second inning. it looked like just another foul ball, but seconds later the fans reaction told a different story. >> i'd rather have that -- >> on the replay we see what horrified the crowd. a man attending the game with his young son next to him falls some 20 feet to the ground. rangers center fielder josh halt had tossed the ball into the stands and the fan, a local firefighter appears to catch it before tumbling over the rail head first. landing behind a 14-foot wall that holds the stadium's video screen. one man standing flex to him in the stands saw the shocking scene play out. >> the gentleman reached out to grab it and lost his balance. went over the rail i reached out to grab him and he went straight down head first. >> reporter: after plummeting to the concrete shannon stone, an
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area firefighter was taken from the stadium on a stretcher. alert enough to ask emts to check on his son. less than an hour later stone was dead. players and fans shaken in disbelief after hearing of stone's death. even the former president george w. bush and his wife laura were in the stands. eerily similar to this. when a man fell 30 feet from an upper deck who tried to catch a foul ball. shannon stone was not so lucky as him. our thoughts and prayers with the stone family today. this is the second fatal fall actually this year in the bhaij leagues in man. a man was killed during a colorado rockies game after falling some 20 feet. we move on now to the
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economy. we're expepeing encouraging news from the government's monthly jobs report this morning. it's expected to show that employers added some 90,000 jobs last month. nearly double the number in may. the unemployment rate is expected to hold steady, however, at just over 9%. unemployed homeowners are about to get more help. the obama administration is expanding its foreclosure prevention program allowing qualified homeowners to defer mortgage payments for a year or more instead of just three to four months. and investigators in michigan are unraveling a horrific day there. a day-long shooting rampage that left eight dead. it began when an ex-convict shot seven people to death including his own daughter and another child. he then led police on a high-speed chase bullets flying all the way. finally he burst into a home taking three hostages before turning the gun on himself. hackers have exposed a
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security flaw in the software that runs the iphone, ipad and itouch. you're vulnerable when you open pdf files when hackers can view your confidential information or intercept phone calls. apple is said to be working on the fix.x. that is a look at headlines. 6 past the hour. elizabeth and george, back to you. >> now we turn to the huge scandal shaking britain. the prime minister admitting that politicians in the press have become too cozy and promising a massive investigation as the turmoil that brought down one of the nation's oldest newspapers are leading to arrests happening right now. abc's jeffrey kofman has the latest. this continues to unfold at a massive rate. >> reporter: it sure does, elizabeth. this really is an earthquake here. look at "the daily telegraph." good-bye cruel world.
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"hacked to death." this rocked his media empire to the core. today, the first casualty arising from the scandal andy coulson arrested. he was editor of "news of the world" while reporters broke the law. incredibly he became chief spokesman for britain's prime minister. he too tarnished by this scandal. >> is it time you say you screwed up? >> he had resigned from "news of the world." he said at the time he didn't know what was happening on his watch. he should have known what was happening on his watch. he paid the price and resigned. >> reporter: while 200 will lose their job, not rebecca brooks even though she was the other editor. >> it was reported she offered her resignation and in this situation i would have taken it. >> reporter: her outspoken boss, rupert murdoch, who is in idaho this week is standing by her. do you walk this fast all the
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time? >> i do when i'm running away from you guys. >> reporter: but he can't run away from the reality that his empire has been exposed to things so shocking despite its 168-year history he is sitting it down for good. >> it is clear that "news of the world" as owned and managed by rupert murdoch was a criminal organization. >> reporter: it was hated by celebrities, politicians, even the royals for its relentless pursuit of sensational stories. remember the duchess of york caught selling access to prince andrew. beckham's secret affair. it made it hugely profitable for murdoch. that changed this week with revelations that they hacked the voice mails of 4,000 people, not just celebrities but families of a murdered teen, terrorist victims and british soldiers who died abroad. paul mcmullen is a former reporter and editor at the paper.
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you had to get the story at all costs. >> what would you stop -- would you stop at doing anything to get a story? you would go and do anything. >> reporter: even breaking the law? >> absolutely. >> reporter: there are even allegations that reporters at the "news of the world" bribed police to get scoops. by swiftly killing the paper murdoch may hope the scandal will go away. that's not likely. the indignation is enormous. there are criminal investigations under way. public inquiries to follow and, elizabeth, we can expect more casualties. >> all right, jeffrey kofman, thanks so much. shocking to hear that reporter say, absolutely, we'll break the law to get the story. >> they hacked 4,000 people. okay. we turn to the high-stakes showdown in washington overr reducing our deficit and raising the debt limit before our line of credit expires. at a summit yesterday they tried to agree to hammer out a deal before another emergency meeting sunday afternoon.
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>> everybody acknowledged that we have to get this done before the hard deadline of august 2nd to make sure that america does not default for the first time on its obligations. and everybody acknowledged that there's going to be pain invovoed politically on all sides. >> the question now are the members of congress on both sides ready to take those painful votes? we bring in jake tapper for more on this, jake, what they're talking about is trying to come up with a deal that would reduce the deficit by $4 trillion over the next 10 years. that means major changes in spending and taxes. >> reporter: that's right, george. both president obama and house speaker john boehner are pushing for this larger $4 trillion deficit reduction package. that means republicans are pushing for some reductions in entitlement spending meaning medicaid and medicare and social security, payments for recipients of those programs
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would likely be cut especially for the wealthier recipients of medicare and social security. and then democrats are pushing for some tax increases and closing of tax loopholes including the end of oil and gas company subsidy, the end of some business tax breaks and capping the deductible for wealthier americans. on the whole, this would be about $4 trillion in deficit reduction over a decade or so. >> if it passes but coming out of the meeting speaker boehner says there's only a 50/50 chance. >> reporter: there's something in the package for everyone to hate. this is the difficulty of doing a bill like this where you're trying to reach the middle. they know that they're going to lose liberals because of the entitlement cuts and lose tea party conservatives because of the tax increases so they are trying to get the middle. that's what makes this so difficult because the balance of that is nearly impossible. >> jake, quickly, only a few
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seconds left. if they can't get that big deal they might try for a smaller one. what happens on august 2nd if there is no agreement. >> reporter: the u.s. government runs out of money. some are looking for ways to roll over some of the debt, but this is really just managing a sinking ship more than anything. on august 4th, $87 billion in debt comes due and there needs to be a new debt to take its place, george. >> jake, thanks very muchch turning now to casey anthony. she'll have to wait a little bit longer before she gets out of jail. adding an additional four days and with time already served a week from sunday will now be her last day behind bars. abc's ashleigh banfield is in orlando with the latest. how did they come up with this recalculated release date? >> reporter: just different math and honestly this is such a frenzy yesterday it's assumed they did this so quickly, once orange county jail officials went back over the numbers they realized it wasn't right. it was more clerical as we
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understand than anything else but it means she's getting out a little later than she thought. >> she will get out with a lot of hostility. we hear death threats have increased against everybody including the judge. >> reporter: they've done incredible beefing up of security. the protesters you saw outside the courthouse were mentioned inside the courtroom as judge perry said somebody threatened to slay a juror and feed their pieces to the piranhas. the judge said he's having trouble crossing the street to go to judge. >> we heard therapists have been calling casey anthony's lawyers offering services. some say she needs professional help once she gets out. >> reporter: that's what chaney mason said. you would be surprised how many called up and offered these services for free. we don't know if she'll avail herself of that. that's a surprising new detail.
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that july 17th release date is two days after this entire story began three years ago when we first learned that little girl was gone. >> ashleigh banfield in orlando, thanks so much. for american royal watchers, the wait is almost over, after nine days of charming canada will and kate arrive in the united states for a weekend of stars and pears in hollywood. abc's bob woodruff is one step ahead of the royal couple where the newlyweds will land in just a few hours. >> reporter: the world's most famous newlyweds today are wrapping up their coast-to-coast tour of canada. >> in 1939 my great grandmother, queen elizabeth, the queen mother said of her first tour of canada with her husband king george vi, canada made us. catherine and i now know what she meant. >> reporter: they got a taste of cowboy culture. at each stop adoring crowds in the thousands and an intense
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focus on the duchess and her outfits. next stop, los angeles where the attention is expected to intensify. >> l.a. is more used to big hollywood stars than anywhere else but these are stars of such a different nature. this is a real life and prince and princess. >> reporter: the neighborhood around the british consulate will be sealed off. homeowners signed agreement that they wouldn't allow paparazzi on their property. one neighbor put up a screen. >> nobody will be trying anything out of the ordinary. no hiding in bushes or no climbing on trees. no paying off a neighbor to look out of their windows. >> reporter: while in tinseltown they will hobnob with some of the biggest names in hollywood, j. lo, tom hanks, josh brolin and more. >> they're coming over here and sort of like royalty to us, as well. we look at them as our "a" list star, even greater than that. we don't have our own royalty here. who can you think of as royalty
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in the u.s.? paris hilton? >> reporter: the most anticipated british invasion in years. >> i expect they'll outshine every other tar there because it is a magical fairy tale. people in l.a. are hugely exc e excited. >> reporter: this is going to be a very, very intense trip over the next three day, probably thought a lot of sleep like they did in canada. william's been here before but kate has never been here before in terms of security, it'll be handled by the los angeles police department and the state department which they expect a lot of big groups and they've actually told us that this seems almost like the president of the united states is coming here and it's getting very, very close to that even, george. >> wow. a fun weekend. bob, thanks so much. sam is having fun in central park this morning. >> because it's friday concert time, george, elizabeth, good morning, everybody. let's get to the boards. pictures out of titusville, florida, close to cape canaveral. why we're showing them. this is from yesterday.
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heavy rain. when these storms hit they've been delivering 1 to 3 inches of heavy rain and look at this flooding that happened immediately in that range. there's the graphic. there's a lot of discussion about a shuttle launch. if you can't launch these are the conditions, thunderstorms within 20 nautical miles. winds in excess of 30 miles an hour. a quick look at the boards. shows you we have thunderstorms in a lot of locations so stay up with your local abc stations.
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temperatures are in the 70's. we have a flash flood watch that take effect later this afternoon into the evening. it will be a good thing for the muchd but it could be too thing and at times with the rain. there could be some isolated severe thunderstorms possible later today. develop midday and numerous and to the with tiesand evening in the mid 80's. >> we're live in a steamy times square -- actually we're in centrall park and will have mor in the next half hour. now to that theft. the picasso drawing stolen in broad daylight by a man who hailed a cab. neal karlinsky has more.
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>> reporter: in the "thomas crowne affair." he plays a perfect plan. sometimes reality is a little less exciting. police in stance say their art thief is 30 kwlrld mark lugo. not exactly thomas crowne but a guy from new jersey who just had flown in. >> in san francisco we'll solve the crimes and recover property and the bad guys will go to jail. >> reporter: he went after the picasso pencil sketch valued at $275,000 by simply walking in to san francisco's weinstein gallery and lifting it off the wall in front of everyone. the getaway wasn't any better. surveillance cameras captured the suspect carrying the picasso down the sidewalk in plain view, not to a waiting getaway car but to hail a cab. >> it was at 11:40 the call was made. this is at 11:35 or something. the girl from the gallery is in the video with him ten seconds
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looking around for him. >> reporter: that footage and cab driver helped them zero in on lugo. the picasso wasn't damaged but it was out of its frame. there was a fedex box nearby and police suspect he may have been trying to ship it somewhere. they found him in the say ralph lauren sunglasses as the man in the footage. he is in jail with a picasso sized bail of $5 million. >> i want to be available to the public. we just need to do a better job in the future to make sure security is in place. >> reporter: the gallery might want to consider more than a hook on the wall for security. for "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, seattle. >> how about an alarm that goes off. coming up, the extraordinary story of jaycee dugard. how she found hope in the middle of her nightmare and the strength to survive. diane sawyer with that. trapped in a royal cage. why does the royal's newest princess seem so miserable?
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>> live and in hd, this is an abc 7 news update. and good morning everyone. i am greta kreusz at 7:26 in to get a look at traffic. we started this morning with problem.
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it was a structure fire in street which. on u of.been taken care everything in the district is reopened. friday morning's in the summer is light. is a differentn story and adam caskey will talk about rain. this is the greenway and the road which are good now on between sterling and tyson's. a beautiful trip on 270. on the virginia side had a brief delay on 95 in landmark. metrorail is a normal service. start to the a bad day. agriculturally speaking, it will starte.icial rain we could have some flash flooding. here are a look at the
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temperatures. it flash flood watch takes afternoon into the of the hours for most viewing area. some showers and storms will be heavy at a time. s. it will clear out this weekend. nasa officials are waiting decide whether it is safe to final shuttle mission. this is a live picture from cape canaveral in florida. lightning struck yesterday near the atlantis' launch pad and expectedmy weather is morning. d foraunch is schedule 11:26 this morning. -- it obliges does not lost by monday,
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will continue probably every morning of her life because 18 years is such an astonishingly long time to spend captive in the backyard of a madman. >> way more than half her life. good morning, america. i'm george stephanopoulos with elizabeth vargas. >> william and kate are on their california after a whirlwind tour in canada and kate has been wowing everybody with her fashion choices. so coming up, we'll take a look at what's sbeen worn by her. >> miranda lambert, a big summer concert coming up. we begin with that stunning interview. diane sawyer's exclusive interview with jaycee dugard kidnapped at just 11 years old held captive for 18 years and tells her story in "a stolen life." i spoke with diane yesterday. >> you know, what seems most amazing to us, so much of it is, but the fact that she gave birth
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to two girls. >> right. >> during that time in captivity. knowing nothing about it. >> nothing about it. she was 11 when she was taken. she was 13 when she got pregnant, 14 when she gave birth in the backyard and she had been locked, bolted in all day in labor when they finally came home, the garridos and here is the moment where she sees that baby for the first time. so august 18th, 1994 you're how old? >> 14. >> you're in labor and there's nobody there. >> no. >> you're locked up. >> yeah, i was still, yeah, locked at that time. just scared. >> having a baby in a backyard. >> yep. i did. very painful.
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then i saw her. she was beautiful. i felt like i wasn't alone anymore. i had somebody to live mine. i wasn't alone. then i knew i could never let anything happen to her. i didn't know how i was going to do that but i did. >> she is so moving and so many ways. she really does in her book tell astonishing and unsparing detail about what she went through. >> you say she has unflinching clarity. does not forget.
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>> she does not forget. she always wanted to be a writer as a little girl. she loved words, loved stories and something about her eye retained everything she saw and of the simple question of how you survive what he did to her, well, here's what she said. how did you survive? >> there's a switch that i had to shut off. >> i'm trying to imagine how you are coping. i'm trying to imagine. >> i don't know. you know, i mean, i can't imagine being beaten to death, you know. but you can't imagine being kidnapped and raped, you know, so it's just -- you just do what you have to to survive. >> and then as you know, george, there is one other person in this story who also had to keep up hope for 18 year, her mom. and her mom talks about so many things, one of her great
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heartbreaks is jaycee wanted to kiss her good-bye in the morning, wanted a kiss good-bye but she was for work before dawn and didn't do it that day. >> she asked me the night before to come in and say good-bye to her. >> you remember it. >> oh. yeah. i chose not to go in and kiss pie girls good-bye that morning, i wanted to be on time, and for 18 years i kick myself for not kissing my baby good-bye. >> how could you have known, though? you can't beat yourself up about that. >> no, but it's a good lesson, you know, take a minute for your kids. do that. extra thing.
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maybe it's an annoyance to you but it's important to them. >> and there is wrenching, wrenching love and heartbreak from her mom. >> cannot wait to see it sunday night, diane, thanks. >> thanks and thanks for having me. our special 9:00 sunday night. it'll be amazing. very sad story. >> a high school relationship gone wrong ending in the murder of young lauren and events that rocked a small town. and linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: they were high school with promising futures cut short by a grisly murder. >> the cause of death is a combination of strangulation by ligature and an incise wound to the neck using a sharp object. >> reporter: lauren astley went missing and she was nervous
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about meeting up with nate fujita. shortly after that her abandoned car was discovered then a passer-by found her body in a marsh. she had been strangled by a bungee cord. her relationship with him spiraled out of control. they found blood near a bungee cord in his house and additional evidence in the crawl space of his bedroom. >> in that crawl space was found a pair of sneakers consistent with his foot covered in blood. >> reporter: the 18-year-old star football player was ordered held without bail after pleading guilty. the families were close. it shows lauren interviews nate's dad for a school project. >> we both have lost two people. >> reporter: lauren and nate both graduated in the spring about to head off to college. >> with a child, half of the joy is watching what they're going
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to become and anticipating and then watch them choose and i will miss that. >> reporter: a memorial for lauren, his only child is scheduled for next week. for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news. tragic story. now, let's shift gears and head out to central park and sam champion with the weather. hey, sam. >> hey, good morning, elizabeth. now, i got to prepare you. when you come out to the park for our friday concert series it's a little sticky and humid. one or two things going on we want to talk about. as you head out your door -- did we say friday -- it's the upon soon season in the southwest. all this comes up from the pacific and across the gulf. if you get thunderstorms it's this time of year. they will all get boomers, salt lake city and other places. that's only where the pacific northwest will be in the 60s and 70s. about the a pleasant start to our
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now is the fight against obesity really working? despite years of anti-obesity campaigning in the nation and billions spent, a new report says america is only getting fatter. right now our thinnest state has an obesity rate so high in 1995 it would have qualified as our fattest state. what has gone so wrong? andrea canning has more. good morning, andrea. >> reporter: good morning, elizabeth. well, you can certainly chalk it up to big portions and a lot of couch potatoes. mississippi takes the dubious honor of being the heaviest state followed by alabama, west virginia and tennessee which weren't too far behind. these record numbers are really hitting across the country. supersized, extra, all you can
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eat, now haunting words where bad eating habits and lack of exercise have gobbled up the entire country. two new studies show every state but one, colorado, now have obesity rates over 20%. a dozen states mostly in the south have even topped 30%. i mean, those numbers are astounding. >> that's huge. it's a huge signal. >> reporter: why the steady rise in weight gain with the most concerted effort in history to battle the bulger from an avalanche of tv shows like "the biggest loser." >> lift, lift! >> reporter: "food revolution" and "the extreme america." michelle obama's keep moving campaign. companies are even offering bonuses for weight loss and some schools have taken soda out of the vending machines and cities and states desperate to curb their appetite say calories
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♪ "around the watercooler" don't you hate it when your cell phone rings at exactly the wrong moment? it happened during match point thursday at the swedish open and you're not going to believe who was actually to blame. it got us and abc's ryan owens thinking about a breach of
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etiquette growing so common it's become a sign of our times. >> reporter: it's match point for the number one women's player in the world. >> looking around the crowd and, in fact, it's the phone of aliza cor cornet. >> everyone is looking around. >> the match must go on. >> you want to get there? >> ask broadway veteran hugh jackman. >> you want to get it? doesn't matter. come on. just turn it off. >> reporter: he kept his cool as you see in, yes, this cell phone video obtaid by tmz. >> reporter: which is more than we can say for the teacher whose student just had to take that
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call. >> give me the phone. >> reporter: or the former white house press secretary. >> wow. >> you too? >> reporter: tina brown looked like she wanted to throw her on -- >> segments of the military -- >> the truth is cell phones have almost become part of the constant chatter of cable news. >> it's a cell phone violation, dan. >> reporter: at least dan rather turned his off. barney frank just keeps talking. >> you step in long before aig -- >> reporter: it appears neither he nor his cell phone has a mute button. for abc news, ryan owens, dallas. >> i got to go, bye. >> why do you need the phone on you when you're doing -- >> i know. my mom's went off in church.
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>> live and in hd, this is an abc 7 news update. atand good morning everyone 7:56. kreusz and let's check in with lisa baden. on route 7 eastbound at tell road, there is a of a dump truck turned over. they're sending an medevac helicopter there. otherwise, we are in good shape with interstate travel and beltway travel. eastbound span of the bay bridge lane.crash and the left
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, hardly any delay at all. nice ride in maryland along to good at theway and d good in and an out of baltimore. it looks like a lot of rain way mainly this afternoon into tonight. for us early risers tomorrow f showers anduple o then clearing. not a bad start to the day with thely cloudy skies but cloud will be increasing later this morning. 78 degrees in the district right now. a flash flood watch will take afternoon into the majority of the viewing area. we will see our first showers lunchtime. they will become more widespread and newborns and heavy at times afternoon and nighttime hours continue. we will be in the 80's today.
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one suspect is in custody after a carjacking overnight in arundel county. with a crash in d.c. after a chase. the two suspects crest at the intersection of rte. 50 and york off and onehen took suspect is still lose. we'll have another we're never gonna catch anything. patience, son. ah! [ female announcer ] sometimes, you can get so much out of so little. woohoo! [ female announcer ] especially when it comes to charmin ultra soft. its ultra soft design is soft and absorbent. it has so much absorbency, you can use 7 sheets versus 28 of the leading value brand. so your family can get more out of less. mom's never gonna believe this one.
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♪ ♪ doesn't mean we're going to get together ♪ >> what a happy crowd out here in central park with miranda lambert. happy friday. so great to have her. will play one of the biggest hits. has a new band called the pistol annies. >> and her song, i love. we have a one-mom fashion machine.
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dresses she wears sell out in minutes. a look at that. so beautiful. we'll take a look at what she wore and wowed the crowds with in canada. how you can get the exact same looks for less. >> i love that. >> exactly. >> something you and i can relate to. we both had kids. how far would you mommies go to get your prebaby body back. >> i'm still looking for it. >> a conundrum. one woman took it to a new level. went for the extreme mommy make enough. the latest trend but is it going too far? we take a look at that coming up. >> but first let's go back to josh in the studio with news headlines. all of you at this hour we wait for the government's month by jobs report. how well the economy is doing. expected to show between 90,000 and 110,000 jobs were added nationwide last month. an encouraging figure that comes after some good news about growth in the private sector and retail sales.
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meanwhile, a tragedy at the texas ranges game. a fan here with his son standing by fell 20 feet to the concrete below while trying to catch a foul ball that a player tossed to him in the stands. he was alert on the stretcher but died an hour later, the second fatal fall at a major league park this year. "atlantis" is fueled up and it's ready to lift off on its historic mission, the 135th and final flight of the space shuttle program. the question, think, this morning, will the weather cooperate? it's a question for abc's matt gutman standing by live now at cape canaveral. and that looks to be sun behind you there, matt. >> reporter: it is just starting to pop out, josh. been waiting for this after suffering through two days of torrential rain, nasa is only giving the chances for launch day at 30%. keeping their fingers crossed.
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we had a lightning bolt strike within a few hundred yards of the shuttle. the astronauts -- looking at the strain behind me, are boarding it getting strapped in ready with 3.5 million pounds of rocket fuel. here to watch it, nearly 1 million people sitting in epic traffic jams. the mission is relatively routine to meet the international space station and bring back a lot of garbage but so much history, olymp"atlantis final launch with ups and downs. >> remarkable stuff. we do hope that it does go weather permitting. abc's matt gutman in cape canaveral. > former editor of london's tabloid newspaper "news of the world" served as a top aid to the british prime minister is under arrest facing criminal charges connected to the phone hacking and pay scandal that
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forced rupert murdoch to shut down the tabloid for good. staffers are accused of hacking into the phones of sleshlts, murder victims and aides to the royal family as well as bribing for information. we learned overnight that casey anthony will have to stay in jail a few more days than expected. it is july 17th. it was determined by corrections officials who calculated her time served and credit for good behavior. anthony was acquitted for the murder of her daughter, but is serving time for lying to police. it has prompted thousands to sign petitions calling for laws that would require parents to immediately report the death or disappearance of a child. lawmakers in new jersey and pennsylvania are already considering that. diane sawyer with a preview of
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"world news". >> great to see you at "gma." tonight, one of the rarest diseases on earth. it doesn't stop a boy from living his passion. you have to see him. why we call him our person of the week. what a story tonight on "world news." happy friday. >> that is a look at the headadnes the 5 past the hour. the north creating where military lambert is set to rock the stage. back to you, george, sam and elizabeth. >> lara has moved over there. we want to go for her for the pop news heat index. >> all right. let's get right to it and talk about everything hot and cool in our heat index. speaking of hot, jake gyllenhaal might have gotten an adrenaline rush when he did "the prince of persia" taking it to a whole new
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level. he will be the season premiere of man versus wild risking his life for that premiere. no safety net, no green screen, just jake inching his way across at thin rope between two mountains in iceland. while he was there he indict the to walk through a walking bli blinding blizzard. july 11th on the discovery channel. kind of sizzling, isn't he? the sound effect for him. you know you love the changen. our next story, is it a good sign for the state of marriage when the founder of e-harmony is saying don't get married? >> that's disturbing. he says the reason is because of the stats, too many marriages are endi ining badly these days. 70% of adults under 30 still want to get married but we're
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not good at wicking the right partner. i wonder if he's saying we would be better if woe went to e-harmony. got to give him crediting for marketing. switch gears and be prepared to be inspired by this story. we love this young man. 21-year-old college student adam star st starr has been training for years. back at practice for the fires time. he says it felt to be able to do something he doesn't done for so long. he is in rescission and says he will continue to do those acrobatic moves. three cheers for him and final the well who choose to do the wedding march, not this couple. they decided to be unique and they wanted to zipline into
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their wedding and there she is. close your legs, second of all, close your legs. he was a little fast. >> yeah, very romantic way to start your life together. i can only imagine what the conversation was for the reception. can we get a car crash. that video is all over youtube and what we do know, everybody is okay. we always check before we show you. that's it for what's happening in the post news index. >> i thought you did a flip. >> i was impressed with that gym mass. back foot with one leg. >> can you do a backflip. >> i used to be able to do. i was a chemist way back went. >> we're set up for it. >> yeah, but what i learned from lara's whole thing, your marriage will last longer if you don't zip line into it. >> no, they'll be happier ever
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happy. as you lookout side your doors, did somebody say leap friday. chicagoland getting back into the warmer temperatures and sunday, 91. oklahoma city, 102, 101 and heat stays in dallas. we will track that 10 days in a row. we've got tropical moisture. it is tropical storm p tropical storm music and this weekend is stormy from raleigh to orlando and, yep, even miami. i'll see you in a couple of hours but there will be storms down there. across the nation, pockets. so much moisture and heat working together. if you're in the red zone stay up with us and we'll let you know not a bad start to the day with cloudy skies and temperatures in the 70's. the energy of to the west will e widespread showers this afternoon. there is already action near
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tidewater and that converge closer to the metro area today. flooding for flash is possible later this >> come right on back to the tv set. we've got a lot in central park including not only our concert, miranda lambert but a mommy makeover. coming up, will and kate coming to america and how you can dress for kate for less brought to you by californian terrorism. getting grime from deep inside grout takes the right tools,
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>> give her a kiss. >> when he goes to kiss her on her wedding day, she recoils in some way. >> apparently albert is facing yet another paternity test, one, maybe two little kids and they say charlene tried to leave three times before the wedding stopped at the airport with a one-way ticket home to south africa and persuaded to stay. >> you are a wonderful, sometimes patient woman with me. >> reporter: when they got her into the catholic church and got her married, they really trapped her so far as the catholic church is concerned and it would be very difficult for her now to get a divorce. ♪ >> reporter: albert already has two other grudgingly acknowledged love children but he needs a legitimate heir to charlene. is she the latest victim of a
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700-year-old curse placed on one of albert's blood thirsty ancestors. >> the monks placed a curse on the family saying they will always have trouble producing legitimate heirs and there will be other tragedies and look what's happened. ♪ >> reporter: princess grace endured her husband's philandering and died in a car crash. princess caroline saw the father of her children killed in a speedboat accident and now this, the couple are still denying everything but look at charlene. is that a carefree princess in love? now, charlene's mood looks even worse when you see the other royal newlyweds, william and kate frolicking on their tour of north america so obviously in love, meanwhile, albert and charlene are in south africa on honeymoon where albert is trying to convince his new bride just to stick with him.
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george? >> let's hope it works. okay, nick, thanks very much. but now let's move over to lara. >> hey, george, every mom knows after you have a baby it is not easy to get back in shape. even when you are in great shape to start with. after exercising and dieting, a lot are turning to plastic surgery so we decided to follow one woman with her extreme mommy makeover. ♪ >> crunches. >> reporter: like so many women, lauren bays is battling the baby weight and gets up at dawn to squeeze in a workout. an impressive five days a week. after an hour of exercising she gets her three girls ready for their day. while working full time, lauren does her best to eat right too. >> it's usually a salad of some kind. >> reporter: after her girls were born all by c-section she noticed that her body was not exactly bouncing back to its prebaby days. even though she felt she was
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doing all the right things. >> definitely not where i wanted to be and it just seemed like it was harter to get back to where i was. >> reporter: she's referring to this body, the picture from almost eight years ago, the last time she was comfortable revealing her belly in a cute bikini but workouts were not changing her midsection which she felt was lumpy and after breast-feeding three children she felt she had sagging breasts. >> everybody has their own insecures but not to the point where he don't want your picture taken with your kids because you feel gross. >> reporter: she decided it was time for a more drastic remedy. she opted for a new trend in plastic surgery known as the mommy makeover. dr. diane alexander is her surgeon. >> this is an extremely common procedure. i would say it's the number one thing we do. >> reporter: women across the country are getting plastic surgery to erase the marks of
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childbearing and comes at quite a cost. at least four hours in the operating room. a minimum week of postop bed rest and an average $16,000 price tag. and there could be an emotional price 0 pay, as well. i spoke to dr. robin silverman who specializes in body image issues. what kind of message does a woman who gets this mommy makeover send not only to her daughters but also to her sons? >> we can't blame mothers for wanting to recapture the body they once had because society continually tells them that they need to do that in order to be beautiful. but at the same point, we need to be accountable for the messages that we send them to our daughters that say, we need to change our bodies back to the way they looked once and to our sons who say, this is what is expected of women. >> reporter: for more in the mommy makeover is an investment in her happiness. >> i am relatively young. i have a lot of good years left,
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you know, so hopefully i think it is worth it. >> reporter: she invited our cameras to follow her. >> we want to fill in some of this area here that has been deflated. even if you lost a little bit more weight, you would still have, you know, this extra skin here and we'll do a little contouring of the arms here. what we want to see is a little more definition. >> reporter: before heading into the operating room she made the preliminary markings on her body that would forever change her figure including the creation of a new belly button. >> i just want to see my clothes fit after this. i hope everything is falling off me and i have to go shopping. >> reporter: during the weeks that followed the procedure lauren kept this video diary for us. >> pain really just a little sore in the chest. friday, surgery was on tuesday, so everything is kind of
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swollen. feels like i have boobs to my neck. so today is my first day back to work. >> my god. look at you. >> oh, you look incredible. >> i've never had a flat stomach. >> looking at her before the surgery and now seeing it after, the difference is dramatic. despite experts' concerns this could send a negative message to children, lauren has no regrets. >> i just feel so much better about myself. i didn't realize how much effort went into trying to camouflage that part that i didn't like. it's just so nice to have little outfits back, you know. >> and we wish lauren the best but you do not need to go to extremes to get back that body after baby. we've asked the experts because we want to help you guys do it and we've created a list for you. seven ways to help get that prebaby body back. go to and now we go to elizabeth. >> all right, lara, thanks so
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much. well, will and kate are wrapping up their whirlwind tour of canada. boy, has it been a success for the two of them from dazzling in dresses to dress down in jeans kate has shown off her flawless sense of style. we'll show you how to get some of her greatest looks for less, but first abc's bianna golodryga gives us the highlights of kate's fashion trip. >> reporter: casual, elegant, sporty and that red topper, fascinator fabulous. >> all: we want kate. >> reporter: william's favorite fashionista wowed the crowd in canada this week. casual comebacks like this dotted ethan number we first saw in april along with stunners like the lace and purple dresses sealed her fate as a fashion icon. >> she really knows how to dress and how to wow you. she puts the outfit on and it sells out. sold out. >> reporter: the duchess donned more than 16 outfits in seven
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days including a cozy red sweatshirt and even a cowboy hat. >> she can take anything and make it look clean and simple. she's the audrey hepburn of 2011. >> reporter: like hepburn kate's look was in full swing as more than ten dress changed filled her schedule. kate's style revealed her love for navy blue and comfy skinny jeans like the pair she wore for a boat race against william. she may have lost the race but her royal repeats won her praise worldwide. this white dress was in her engagement photo, the wedges from a polo match years ago and the blazer dusted off from the plane ride her. >> that she's not afraid to wear things more than once is unbelievable. >> reporter: they head to hollywood where american fashion fans eagerly await kate's arrival. for "good morning america," bianna golodryga, abc news, new york.
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>> and joining us now to show us how we can get her looks for less is kate dimmick. good to have you here. kate was stunning in that purple dress she wore in canada. she's worn eesa before. >> when kate wore it, sales just skyrocketed. >> i tried to get onenline and it sold out. >> i think they'll reissue it like they did with the white dress. she has just fascinated people with her style sense. >> let's see how we can get that purple dress for less. come on up. this is actually from old navy. >> for $29.50. it's the same great purple color and detail. what's so interesting -- >> beautiful on her. >> doesn't it look amazing? we added a pin not dissimilar from the one kate wore.
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the one she wore was the queen's pin that she first wore in canada. >> how much. >> $29.50. has the same color and same universally flattering effect. this is a great dress at a great price. >> looks very comfortable too. >> again, it's just so elegant. >> thank you, ashley. another thing she's done, kate has been wearing dresses twice using them in different ways in her wardrobe and saw that in her white reese dress. >> our own kate. >> and now when she wore it in canada she popped it with these great accessories. we at people style wash are fascinated by her fascinator hat but didn't think it was too realistic for everyday win so got these pins from forever 21. this is from lulu's, $21, same
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ruffled look. $52. a great go-to look. i love we added texture as well that kate did with the bag. >> we have samantha wearing an elegant navy lace dress similar to the one that kate wore designed by this canadian born british designer. >> those go for over a thousand dollars. this is from american apparel for $55. >> what was so clever about her choice, it's lace but a great classic shape. >> thanks so much. to get all the information on these, go to our website at don't go away.
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>> live and in hd, this is an abc 7 news update. >> good morning, everyone. time as the clock 27. here is lisa baden with a check on traffic. for the most part, it has been a pretty decent ride around town. on thedents to report beltway right now. route 7 and round hill, there eastbound but medevac has come and gone. expect some delays through there route 7. maryland had a minor crash at the beltway. if you're heading out of silver go toward the traffic for northwest, you'll delay at the beltway. part, we are in shape on this friday morning.
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theere will be rain for home and at bedtime tonight. cloudy skies right now g clouds andin temperatures in the 70's and 79 the district. a flash flood watch will take afternoon into the early nighttime hours. we need rain across the area but much of a good thing. will start around and be scattered and inome more widespread afternoon ande evening. some storms could become severe some downpours could create flooding. it clears out tomorrow and saturday and sunday near 90 pari. there are no gun dealers in d.c. currently. one council member plans to introduce a bill next week to allow the district to serve as a firearms dealer for the purpose of transferring funds to residents. we will have another update at
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♪ for get itget it ♪ forgetfo♪ forget itforget it forget it ♪ >> "kerosene." >> miranda lambert, so great to have you. >> everything she touches turns to platinum. >> your own microphone. it must be. >> absolutely. >> you're in a pink moment. >> oh, yeah, pink. >> we'll talk to you in just a few moments. you have big news on so many fronts. >> i do. so excited. >> this thing called getting married along with a grammy and all those awards. records. >> just a couple of things.
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>> anyway that will be really great. we're cooking, right, grilling. >> serious, serious decadence coming up from michael simon. we will tell you about that. >> imagine bananas foster and bacon. bacon lover of america, sam. >> hi. i was kind of not listening because i was talking to lexi about their fashion choices. the lovely "good morning america" t-shirt we made in dark blue. let's get to the boards. one or two things going on. the shirt is lovely on you. if you look at twitter pictures we're looking at them all. our favorite, i got to say fond of the -- i like pensacola. do you see the jets. they have the air base and do the air shows there. to the board, one or two things going on starting with this is the weekend flyby. in the northeast where you are right now, it's hot and humid here in central park but gorgeous all weekend long so if you're staying -- are you guys
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staying? that's all right. you can let out the woo. strong and severe storms in the middle of the country, south of that and into iowa and minnesota, this is where those storms will stay all weekend long and where the ground is saturated -- try it again, sam, saturated and that's where the flooding will be. hot and dry it is a pleasant start to but things are rapidly g apart with increasing clouds and widespread showers thunderstorms later after time. flash flooding is possible. >> you are a gorgeous crowd in central park today. i got to tell you. lara spencer? >> hey, sam, listenup, we're talking about bacon and barbecuing and michael simon is here. iron chef to give us really delicious ideas but also to talk about the chew, the new abc
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show. tell us about it. >> it'll start september 26th. myself, mario batali, clinton kelly, roundtable foods. >> speaking of iron chef. >> yeah, i no. margo has better hair than me, talking about having a lot of fun, a blast. >> not like anything we've ever seen. >> first the show of its kind. a lot of shows that cook, but not a lot of shows that discuss food so we'll talk about it, have some fun. >> all of you guy, i know most of you very well, it's about fun and that's what the kitchen should be about. >> absolutely. absolutely. don't take it so serious. >> yeah. >> iron chef for crying out loud. >> eating already. >> let's tell you guys. let's tell you guys how to make it. hanger steak. >> hanger steak, they used to call it a butcher steak, one per animal. not super expensive. i'll season it with a little bit of kosher salt. >> let me help. >> are you a good seasoner?
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>> yes. >> why don't you do these ones with oil? >> yes. >> you say this is not an expensive cut. >> cut it against the grain -- >> i should have had you season. >> and why do you like this on the grill? >> i like this on the grill because it gets good caramelization. you let the seasoning on for seven or eight hour, hit it with oil and let it go on the grill. medium, rare, medium. not too much more than that. it's a balsamic steak sauce so balsamic vinegar right in there. >> wow. >> a little bit of red wine vinegar to make it a little more tart. brown sugar for some sweetness. garlic cloves. golden raisin, you can make this ahead of time. it holds for about a month in your fridge.
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>> you wouldn't want to marinate in this, too rich. >> too rich. celery salt. cloves, cumin, rosemary. >> hard to mess this up. >> simmer it, reduce it by half. >> anchovies make it special. don't tell your friends they're in there unless they have a seafood allergy. >> we'll have that for everybody online. then perfection. >> you can see the way the grains of the steak is going. the key to a hanger is cut it against the grain. we cult it this way. >> i'm happy to sample for you if you have the need. >> i'll give you a tb piece. >> so you got it. >> cut it against the grain, it has so much flavor. >> so great. jump in on that hanger steak. >> we're very quiet. >> the steak is unbelievable. >> download recipe, michael, this is honestly some of the best i've had. it melts in your mouth. >> it's delicious.
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>> to accompany. >> a tomato -- >> i'm a good guy. that is tomatoes, olives, mints, i grew up eating with my mother. it keeps it bright and fresh. right on top. i'm not a big starch guy. i love vegetables, greek, mediterranean. a little bit of reduction sauce right around. >> you went for healthier but then -- >> i was going to give you those things, very light. i am a firm believer that bacon makes everything better. >> it's so true. >> and comba nanas foster with vanilla bean ice cream -- >> not that you're going to get any. >> sam champion is all over desert. >> it is the most unexpected mix and crunch. >> makes you feel a little dirty. >> so delicious. >> it does.
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it is a great -- it's fun. everybody knows bananas foster, throw bacon on it. >> it doesn't sound good. >> everything is on our website, when we come back, the one and only miranda lambert. ♪ come back one last time
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time now for a little country in our summer concert series. here's miranda lambert playing her hit single from "revolution," it's called "white liar." ♪ hey, white liar the truth comes out ♪ ♪ a little at a time and it spreads ♪ ♪ just like a fire slips off of your tongue ♪ ♪ like turpentine and i don't know why ♪ ♪ white liar ♪ you better be careful what you do ♪ ♪ i wouldn't wanna be in your shoes ♪
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♪ if they ever found you out ♪ ♪ you better be careful what you say ♪ ♪ it never really added up anyway ♪ ♪ i got friends in this town ♪ ♪ hey, white liar the truth comes out ♪ ♪ a little at a time and it spreads ♪ ♪ just like a fire slips off of your tongue ♪ ♪ like turpentine and i don't know why ♪ ♪ white liar ♪ you said you went out to a bar ♪ ♪ and walked some lady to her car ♪ ♪ but your face has more to tell ♪ ♪ 'cause my cousin saw you on the street ♪ ♪ with a redhead named bernice ♪ ♪ turns out
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you don't lie too well ♪ ♪ hey, white liar the truth comes out ♪ ♪ a little at a time and it spreads ♪ ♪ just like a fire slips off of your tongue ♪ ♪ like turpentine and i don't know why ♪ ♪ white liar ♪ here's a bombshell just for you ♪ ♪ turns out i've been lying, too ♪ ♪ yeah i'm a white liar ♪ ♪ the truth comes out a little at a time ♪
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♪ and it spreads just like a fire ♪ ♪ slips off of my tongue like turpentine ♪ ♪ and i don't know why white liar ♪ ♪ snow [ cheers ]
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back with miranda lambert who is heating up the morning with your fantastic music. i wanted to note that this has been a fantastically huge year. you won your first grammy. four cma awards including vocalist of the year and there was this little wedding a couple months ago. >> i got married about -- well almost a month and a half ago. >> you're a newlywed. >> i am. >> this is an amazing ring. >> blake shelton. >> you wore your mom's wedding dress? >> i did. >> why? >> my parents were married for 30 years so i figured already a good luck charm and it fit me perfectly. felt like the right thing to do. >> and pair of cowboy boots.
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>> girl has to stay -- i read recently you said "marriage is great, blake and i got married and saw each other for a week and i haven't really seen him since." >> i guess that's why it's working out so far. >> do you have plans to get back together soon. >> he's in the city too on another -- >> on another morning show. >> but we're all here. >> the party is here, everybody. >> yeah, we -- he's on "the voice" so he's been really busy doing that but we're making time. it's working out. >> people must ask all the time if you're going to do a duet. >> hopefully on my next record we're going to. >> it's out when? >> i've been waiting so long to announce it but it's called "four the record," f-o-u-r. out the 11th. >> she has another one coming out with these lovely ladies who form a trio called pistol annies. >> can we get a shot of these ladies' shoes.
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this is some rocking shoewear. >> they're from sen si. the shoes are appropriate because we have a single out call called "high heels." >> why did you decide to do it with this trio. >> we all write songs together and have separate selves but together we make up this chic group that sings about things that most girls want to hear but don't. >> in their heels it's "hell on heels" for pistol annies. ♪ i'm hell on heels say what you
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will ♪ ♪ i done made the devil a deal he made me pretty ♪ ♪ he made me smart and i'm gonna break me a million hearts ♪ ♪ i'm hell on heels baby i'm coming for you ♪ ♪ this diamond ring on my hand's the only good thing ♪ ♪ that came from that man got a gto from one named joe and a big piece of land dunn in mexico ♪ ♪ i'm hell on heels baby i'm coming for you ♪ ♪ i got a pink guitar a lincoln town car% who ol what's his name ♪ ♪ i meet at a bar got a high-rise flat in hollywood ♪ ♪ from a married man wasn't up to no good ♪ ♪ i'm hell on heels baby i'm coming for you ♪ ♪ then there's jim i almost forgot
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i ran him off but i took the yacht ♪ ♪ poor old bill i bless his heart i'm still using his credit card ♪ ♪ i'm hell on heels sugar daddy i'm coming for you ♪ ♪ i'm hell on heels say what you will i done made the devil a deal ♪ ♪ he made me pretty he made me smart ♪ ♪ and i'm gonna break me a million hearts i'm hell on heels ♪ ♪ baby i'm coming for you ♪ ♪
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♪ i'm hell on heels say what you will ♪ ♪ i done made the devil a deal he made me pretty he made me smart ♪ ♪ i'm gonna break me a million hearts i'm hell on heels ♪ ♪ sugar daddy i'm coming for you ♪ [ cheers ]
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thanks, all of you for watching today. thanks for everyone coming out to central park. thank you, elizabeth, for a great week. thank you all for being here. especially miranda lambert. how about one more song? >> okay. >> "gunpowder & lead."
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♪ county road 233 under my feet ♪ ♪ nothing on this white rock but a little ol' me ♪ ♪ i got two miles till he makes bail and if i'm right we're headed straight for hell ♪ ♪ i'm going home gonna load my shotgun wait by the door and light a cigarette ♪ ♪ he wants a fight well now he's got one he ain't seen me crazy yet ♪ ♪ slapped my face and he shook me like a rag doll don't that sound like a real man ♪ ♪ i'm gonna show him what a little girl's made of gunpowder & lead ♪ ♪ well it's half past ten,
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another six pack in i can feel the rumble like the cold black wind ♪ ♪ he pulls in the drive gravel throughs ♪ ♪ well he don't know what's waiting here this time ♪ >> live and in hd, this is an abc 7 news update. good morning, the time is
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8:56. baden with aisa look at traffic. you want to go to the n shore, we had a minor bay bridge. it is completely gone and we had a delay. how that traffic is handling that. it is clearing out nicely. it is less than a 5-minute wait pay your money and go across the bridge. take you to virginia no wadinge is the 14th street bridge and beautiful off the the district to pentagon northbound 395 and the third street tunnel. but brightin now.ine right the clouds are quickly a showerg and we have from the northern neck of intonia across the potomac st. mary's county. not a bad start to the day, we the 70's and we have some
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but we are expecting by midday and the evening and some be heavy at times. there's a flash flood watch in for the viewing area this afternoon into tonight. partly cloudy this morning, scattered storms around lunchtime and will become more numerous into the afternoon and highs in the mid 80's and some storms could become severe. rapid clearing tomorrow morning the weekende for and highs right near 90. the woman charged with murdering a co-worker at in bethesda is expected in court this morning. she allegedly killed the woman in march. she will stand trial in october. and for the latest, you can go to thanks for watching and we will be back at noon. "live with regis and kelly" is next.
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